St. Peter’s Thrift Shop luncheon, fashion show

Dotte Tusl, Dolores Finney, Melissa Nickell

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Highlighting the styles — and deals — from its ever-changing inventory, the St. Peter’s Thrift Shop held its annual luncheon and fashion show on Nov. 21. After lunch, guests were able to purchase outfits modeled during the show. Proceeds benefit both the Joy to the World Kindergarten, in Namibia, and the Episcopal Refugee Network.  Photos: Jon Clark

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